Whee, we're flying!
Emperor Penguin Chicks Dive Off 50-Foot Cliff Into Water For First Time

This is some first-of-its-kind drone footage captured by nature photographer Bertie Gregory of a waddle of 6-month old emperor penguin chicks diving off a 50-foot sheer ice cliff in Antarctica into the water for the first time. It is the only time in their lives they will fly. Apparently most penguins find a much more suitable height to enter the water from (just a couple feet), but sometimes a group will find itself on the edge of a cliff with nowhere else to go but down. I can relate.